Jaguars, DT Roy Robertson-Harris agree to 3-year extension, source says

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to a three-year contract extension with defensive tackle Roy Robertson-Harris, a league source confirmed on Saturday.

On Sunday, the Jaguars announced Robertson-Harris' extension as well as an extension for running back JaMycal Hasty but did not disclose terms for either deal.

Robertson-Harris had one year remaining on the three-year, $24.3 million contract with $14 million guaranteed that he signed in March 2021. The extension takes him through the 2025 season and will lighten the scheduled $10.133 salary cap figure in 2023. The Jaguars needed to clear $31 million to get under the salary cap.

NFL Network first reported the length of the extension.

Robertson-Harris set career highs in tackles (45) and quarterback hits (12) last season, and he has recorded three sacks in each of his two seasons with the Jaguars.